Course Required texts, eBooks, articles, and streaming videos can be made available to your students.
Instructions for Instructors
Send a copy of your syllabus, or just a list of the materials you plan to require, to email@example.com.
Of note: Including information about the last time you taught the course can help to speed up our work.
Course Reserve Service Details:
*Please know that the existence of an eBook does not mean publishers will allow libraries to purchase that book for library lending. To find out if an eBook you want to use is available to the library for purchase, please email the Brown School Library.
Consider adding these DEI sources to your syllabus as recommended by the Brown School DEI Committee.
The Brown School Library is beginning to transition courses to the software used by Olin Library for managing library electronic course reserves called Ares. Brown School Library staff will continue to purchase, gather, and make materials available for your course, just as we’ve always done, however, the new system also allows for additional instructor self-service options. Please view the video entitled “Instructor Web Interface” to learn more about Ares for electronic course reserves: https://support.atlas-sys.com/hc/en-us/articles/1500010274202-Demo-Video-Series
What this means:
Benefits of this transition:
Campus Store Course Book Store Orders
Brown School Library does not provide this service
Course book orders can be ordered online, emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org, or by phone at 935-5591 or 935-5584
To order textbooks for your students to purchase at the Campus Bookstore, the following information is needed:
Please include estimated enrollment and if the book(s) are required or optional for the students to purchase.
Copyright Law in Brief
Copyright law allows us to scan and upload only 10% of a title for the whole semester for a class.
For more information on copyright and fair use, see our guidelines.